I don't think that if you have the T line connecting the airbags together causing differential pressure when turning is a problem. Yeah, maybe if you're screaming around a corner at the edge of breakaway speed,,,but I don't think many of us drive that way. I think that the T line which would deflate the opposite bag in the event of loss of pressure in one of them would be as much of a factor as losing pressure on one side. IDK. Since I have the wireless compressor if one of the bags leaks I'll immediately know because the compressor would start running continuously (and I'll definitely hear it since it's just below and slightly behind the driver seat.
I have the 1000 bags on my Ram 1500 and really like the noticeable increase in stability, even while not towing.
To the OP, installation is extremely simple if you remove the rear wheel liners. That way you can access the springs without even getting under the truck. Also, wet the bags with 409 to make them slide in better.
There are also open chambers throughout the frame back there to allow you to run the air lines through them. Makes for a very clean installation.
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